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Canon t4i Shutter Stuck and LCD Reversed
Canon t4i Articulating LCD Screen
"I have a EOS T4i. I have a couple questions. My viewing screen is stuck upside down when the screen is against the body of the camera but turns back to right side up when flipped away from the camera body. Do you know how to fix this?
Also, my camera’s shutter gets stuck when trying to take a photo and does not show the image captured in the picture play back option. And I’m not sure if it’s related but neither one of my lenses will focus on the image I’m trying to take a photo of in response to the shutter being delayed or stuck. How can I fix this?"
Thanks for your question about a stuck shutter and an upside down LCD screen display on your Canon Rebel t4i. It could be you have a problem with the mirror or it could be an electrical short within the t4i body. If you want to have your Rebel t4i repaired you need to send it to an authorized Canon service center.
Canon t4i Replacement
Unfortunately, it would be cheaper and make more sense to buy a "new" used or refurbished t4i rather than have your broken camera fixed. Repairing your t4i would be more costly than buying another.
The Canon t4i was released in June of 2021. That's ancient in terms of technolgy. The other choice is to upgrade to a new Canon camera body. The Canon 90D
is simple an amazing camera and the lenses you currently use on your t4i will work perfectly on a 90D. They both have the same APS-C sized sensor.
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